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Resources for keyword: Human Rights

Mental Illness Crisis
Frederic Brussat
Articles on the mental illness crisis in America and the desperate need for new attitudes, institutions, and respect for the suffering.

A Prayer for Victims of Religious Hostility
Frederic Brussat
A prayer for victims of religious hostility

Prayer for the Kidnapped Nigerian Girls and All Their Sisters
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
A prayer for the Kidnapped Nigerian Girls and All Their Sisters

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Censored 2015: Inspiring We the People
Andy Lee Roth, Mickey Huff, Project Censored
A roundup of the 25 most censored stories of 2013-2014 and other examples of media bias.

Jean-Pierre Filiu
A substantive history of the 140-square-mile strip of land between Israel, Egypt, and the Mediterranean Sea.

An Indigenous People's History of the United States
Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
A radical re-visioning of U.S. history from an Indigenous people's perspective.

The Case Against the Supreme Court
Erwin Chemerinsky
A cogent and bold evaluation of the work of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Jon Stewart
A cogent and clear-headed drama that will stir you to human rights advocacy.

Watchers of the Sky
Edet Belzberg
An extraordinary documentary about a heroic peacemaker who coined the term "genocide" and fought to bring those responsible for mass killings to trial.

Years of Living Dangerously: The Complete Series
Various Directors
An Emmy Award-winning documentary series on the multifaceted consequences of climate change.

An excerpt from Second Wave Spirituality
Chris Saade
Charts a worldwide movement of engaged spirituality.

An excerpt from The Divide
Matt Taibbi
A hard-hitting look at the shameful happenings in America resulting from severe economic inequality.

Burning Bush
Agnieszka Holland
A sobering look at the battle between Soviet military overlords and a band of courageous freedom fighters.

Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case
Andreas Johnsen
An enlightening Danish documentary about one of the world's most famous and creative human rights activists.

An excerpt from Border Patrol Nation
Todd Miller
A wake-up all for those who have not kept up with the morally troubling expansion of the U.S. Border Patrol.

Border Patrol Nation
Todd Miller
A wake-up all for those who have not kept up with the morally troubling expansion of the U.S. Border Patrol.

The Crusades of Cesar Chavez
Miriam Pawel
A full, rich, and impressive biography of America's most important Latino leader.

Dignity for All
Robert W. Fuller, Pamela A. Gerloff
A down-to-earth and accessible guidebook on moving beyond rankism.

All Rise
Robert W. Fuller
An explanation of the lineaments of a dignitarian society.

Cesar Chavez
Diego Luna
The journey of Cesar Chavez from migrant worker to American hero as a nonviolent labor leader and civil rights activist.

Tricked: The Documentary
Jane Wells, John-Keith Wasson
A hard-hitting documentary exposing the cruel underworld of sex trafficking of teenage girls.

The State of the World 2013 According to Spiritually Literate Films
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
What 2013's best films reveal about the situations and problems of today's world plus some hope for the future.

The Girl Who Sang to the Buffalo

A window into Native American spirituality that touches the heart and stirs the soul.


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